Unlocking the Secrets: JavaScript sessionStorage Explained

JavaScript includes built-in storage functionality that facilitates the development of web applications. This feature enables data storage directly in the user’s browser, offering two distinct types: Local Storage and Session Storage.

Whether you’re making a personal website, a business app, or anything else, understanding how to use sessionStorage can help you make web applications that are more responsive and user-friendly.

In this tutorial, I show how you can use sessionStorage in JavaScript and when not to use it, and also show you the difference between LOCAL and SESSION storage.

Unlocking the Secrets: JavaScript sessionStorage Explained

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Mastering AJAX: Fetching Data with JavaScript Fetch API

Efficient data exchange is a crucial aspect of developing dynamic applications, achievable both with and without AJAX. JavaScript offers XMLHttpRequest for initiating AJAX requests, but its implementation can be intricate and challenging to recall.

In JavaScript, there is another method fetch() which simplifies the process of sending AJAX requests and is more user-friendly when compared to XMLHttpRequest.

In this tutorial, I show how you can use Fetch API to send GET and POST request using JavaScript and PHP.

Mastering AJAX: Fetching Data with JavaScript Fetch API

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Step-by-Step Tutorial on Using Local Storage in JavaScript Projects

Have you ever wondered how websites remember your choices after you close the browser? That’s Local Storage at work.

What is Local Storage?

Local Storage is a browser feature that lets developers store small data amounts on users’ devices. This data stays even after the browser is closed, like digital notes for websites.

Why Local Storage?

Unlike remote servers, Local Storage is perfect for quick access to user data like preferences. Most modern browsers support it, ensuring compatibility.

In this tutorial, I show how you can use Local storage in your project using JavaScript.

Step-by-Step Tutorial on Using Local Storage in JavaScript Projects

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Error Handling in JavaScript: try/catch statements, error objects, debugging

Making mistakes occasionally when writing JavaScript code is common. Errors are what happen when something goes wrong, and they can make your code behave strangely or even stop functioning altogether.

Understanding proper error management techniques is crucial for this reason. To prevent larger issues, this entails identifying errors and fixing them.

I’ll discuss the various kinds of errors you might run into while writing JavaScript code in this article. I’ll explain why it’s crucial to understand how to handle these errors properly.

Show you how to use try/catch clauses and error objects to handle errors as well. Give you some advice on how to debug JavaScript code effectively and list some typical mistakes you might run into.

Error Handling in JavaScript: try/catch statements, error objects, debugging

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